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Modify Local Path of DFS Replicated Folders

Posted on 2008-10-03
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I have two Windows 2003 R2 64-bit servers that is apart of a membership that replicates all contents between several folders on one server to another.

I would like to know how can I modify the local path without deleting the membership.

D:\Admin (server 1)
G:\Backup\File Server\Admin (server 2)

I would like it to be:

D:\Admin (server 1)
E:\Backup\Production\Admin (Server 2)

If I delete the membership, all my other replicated folders disappear.
If I disable the replication, I am not able to create another folder replication using the Admin folder.

Please help =)
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Question by:katredrum
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I found the answer. I was trying to delete the folder from the wrong tab. I just needed to go into the replicated folders tab instead of the memberships tab.

I feel so dumb.
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